In Ms. Fischer's class students are working on fine motor development and listening skills as they make an assortment of evergreen trees. In science, students reviewed how trees around the school looked in the fall and made comparisons between spruce, pine, fir and birch trees. Students are exploring number patterns of ones, fives and tens as they create a variety of decorations with their hand prints. The students are using the colors of the season and the projects to help add color words to the sight word vocabulary.
Ms. Ralston's class made "Gak" this week. The students used small baggies and mixed several different ingredients together to make it. Then the students tried to form the "Gak" into different animals, but discovered the "Gak" kept going back into a glob. The students then discussed what their bodies would look like if they did not have any bones in their bodies. In math the students used candy super ropes to practice measuring. The students used their rulers and measured out pieces in different lengths and then were able to nibble up the inches.
The Kenai Senior Citizens Center line dancers will visit the school Thursday during lunch.
Carol Ford and the Kenai Performers will perform "The Grinch" at 10:50 a.m. Friday.
The staff would like to thank the PTA and parent volunteers for helping with Santa's Secret Shop.
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